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Thread: 4 Techniques & Sizing Charts for Sewing Flying Geese

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    Lightbulb 4 Techniques & Sizing Charts for Sewing Flying Geese

    Traditional or Quick and Easy Piecing Methods are included here and the sizing charts are great - no math !


    http://blog.shopmartingale.com/quilt...-flying-geese/


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    Thanks!!!!!!!
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    What a blessing! Thanks.
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    Thanks, I am going to make a border using the flying geese pattern and that sizing chart will really help.

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    Thank you for this technique.

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    Thanks, Kathie. That 4 at a time should be very helpful when making stars. Great tutorial!

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    Awesome link! Thanx tons!!!!
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    Thanks for the options!
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    wow thank you

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    Thank you! wonderful site.

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